San Diego's Historic Places

Mid-Century Modern In San Diego #408

Sunday, December 17, 04:30 pm on KPBS

Duration: 0:26:46

Description: A new architectural style was sweeping San Diego and the rest of the nation after World War II. It was called Mid-Century Modern. The new style called for simple lines, exposed beams, open floor plans, floor to ceiling windows, and much more. It was a break from tradition and it's making a comeback. Find out how San Diegans are now restoring homes from the 1940s through 1970s on this episode of San Diego's Historic Places.

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Broadcast In: English